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Zero Emission Transportation Association Applauds Colorado Plan to Electrify Transportation in the State

December 9, 2022

Washington, D.C. - Today, the Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) welcomed the plan introduced by Colorado Governor Jared Polis designed to stimulate the state’s transition to electric vehicles (EVs). The plan introduced Thursday addresses the steps needed to build charging infrastructure and includes incentives for drivers. The plan does not include a ban on internal-combustion vehicles to meet the administration’s goal of transportation electrification. 

“This is a solid approach by the State of Colorado, and we welcome their efforts to electrify transportation in the Centennial State,” said Joe Britton, the Executive Director of ZETA. “With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the federal government has shown its commitment to EVs. Efforts like the one in Colorado show that state leadership is also answering the call to lower our emissions and build out a strong domestic supply chain to manufacture EVs and create EV infrastructure. ”

Colorado is currently ranked 8th in EV ownership among U.S. states, representing 2.5% of all EVs registered nationwide according to analysis by ZETA.

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About ZETA

National policies to support 100% electric vehicle sales.

The Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) is a federal coalition focused on advocating for 100% EV sales by 2030. Enacting policies that drive EV adoption will create hundreds of thousands of jobs, secure American global EV manufacturing dominance, drastically improve public health, and significantly reduce carbon pollution.